Month: November 2013

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Kid-Friendly Side Dishes for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving can be stressful when you have kids who are picky-eaters and you have to worry about making dishes that will please everyone in the family. Your kids may not like to eat turkey but chances are they will enjoy some of the nutritious side dishes you make to accompany the turkey. Get them to […]
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10 Ways to Teach Children How to Be Thankful

There’s no better time than Thanksgiving to teach your children what it means to be thankful and how they can show their appreciation. It’s a tricky concept to teach to younger children but your older children can help. Teaching children to be thankful is important because it promotes sensitivity to the feelings of others and […]
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Featured Boutique: “Runwayz Boutique”

Looking for something unique and exciting? Runwayz Boutique, located in downtown Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, offers a variety of unique gift ideas, baby and kids clothing and toys, home accents, ladies accessories and footwear.  AppeTEETHERSTM are the perfect addition to their baby and kids selection. The LOL! SuckerTM was just added in the current storefront […]
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5 Fun Thanksgiving Activities for Kids

Thanksgiving is almost here and it’s the perfect time to bond with your family and celebrate the holidays! There are plenty of activities you can do with your kids to teach them about Thanksgiving and keep them occupied while you’re busy cooking dinner in the kitchen. I love to play with my kids – I have […]
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6 Ways to Rock Out Your Baby’s Car Seat

A good car seat is essential for baby’s safety while traveling in the car. Once you’ve got the right car seat set up and correctly installed, it’s time to make sure that it’s comfortable for baby. There are plenty of options for car seat accessories for baby’s comfort and privacy but also to keep baby […]
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5 Secrets to Feeding Picky Children

As a parent of three school-age children and a personal chef, I am always striving to put good healthy mealtime options that everyone will enjoy in front of my family or those of my clients. However, it seems that the mealtime whims of ‘the picky eater’ are common to almost every household, often dominating mealtimes […]
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3 Baby Teething Myths

Teething is not always easy to understand and new parents especially can get confused by all the teething articles they read with differing information. To make sure that you understand the symptoms of teething and the right tips and tricks to soothe a teething baby, consult your pediatrician to get the most up-to-date information. I’d […]
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End of Daylight Saving Time: Tips for a Successful “Fall Back” Transition

Yes, it’s that dreaded time again… The end of Daylight Saving Time (DST) is just around the corner. On November 3, 2013, we will move the clocks back by one hour. If your children easily adjusts to the time change, you may be lucky and get an extra hour of sleep. Most of you, however, should expect […]
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7 Must-Know Car Seat Safety Tips for Parents

Parents want their kids to be safe while riding in a car so it’s important they take the time to learn how to properly use a car seat. There are several options when it comes to car seats and the type you need for your child depends on factors like your child’s size, age and […]

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